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    The Berlin wall / Catalog Record Only "After World War II, the division of Germany led to the Berlin Wall to keep East Germans from fleeing to the West. But its fall in 1989 has not led to an easy re-unification: East Germans feel colonized, dominated, economically deprived by West Germans, who feel impatient and resentful. The wall's ghost persists."--Container.
    • Date: 2000
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    TR's return from Africa, 1910 [1].
    Roosevelt's return from Africa Catalog Record Only
    Film traces TR's return from his African hunting trip through the countries of Sudan, France, Denmark, Norway, Germany, Great Britain, and finally his reception in New York City. There are views of: 1) his riverboat on the Nile River in Sudan; 2) TR's visit in Paris with French Ambassador Jules Jusserand, Gen. Jean B. Dalstein, American Ambassador Robert Bacon, and Mrs. Bacon; TR's trip ...
    • Contributor: Jusserand, J. J. (Jean Jules) - Dalstein, Jean - Bacon, Robert - Christian X - Haakon VII - William II - George V - Arthur - Windsor, Edward - George VI ... Jusserand, J. J. (Jean Jules) - Dalstein, Jean - Bacon, Robert - Christian X - Haakon VII - William II - George V - Arthur - Windsor, Edward - George VI - Alfonso XIII - George I - Manuel II - Frederik VIII - Ferdinand I - Franz Ferdinand - Albert I - Yusuf Izzeddin - Gaynor, William Jay - Vanderbilt, Cornelius - Lodge, Henry Cabot - Loeb, William - Gentry, Caroline - Manning, Mae V. - Roosevelt Memorial Association. Film Library - Roosevelt Memorial Association - Theodore Roosevelt Association Collection (Library of Congress)
    • Date: 1925
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    In Berlin with Eisenhower, June, 1945 Catalog Record Only Describes General Dwight D. Eisenhower's first visit to Berlin after Germany's surrender in World War II. Discusses events leading up to the establishment of a military government in Germany and explores the destruction the city suffered.
    • Contributor: Bonwitt, Bernhard
    • Date: 1982
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    [Berlin scenes] / Catalog Record Only Shows various scenes of Berlin, including views of the Reichstag, the Cathedral, the Brandenburg Gate, the Kaiser Wilhelm Statue, and the Friedrichsbrücke, as well as street scenes.
    • Date: 1900
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    The Berlin airlift / Catalog Record Only The Berlin airlift of 1948-49 was the most dramatic rescue operation of the 20th century, viewed by historians as the single most significant event in stopping the Soviet advance across Europe following World War II. With Paul Duke as host, the story of the airlift is told through newsreels, eyewitness accounts, and interviews. Interviewees include: Clark Clifford (advisor to President Truman during the airlift); ...
    • Date: 1998
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    Berlin blockade. Catalog Record Only Describes the crisis in Germany and shows how the West used an airlift to overcome the Russian blockade of surface transportation to Berlin. With captions.
    • Date: 1949
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    As it happened. Berlin airlift, the first battle of the Cold War /
    Berlin airlift, the first battle of the Cold War Catalog Record Only
    Uses archival footage and personal narratives to relive the Berlin Airlift. Explores the reasons that made it a necessity, the logistics that made it a success, and why it was important to the Allies.
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    Legendary sin cities /
    Sin cities Catalog Record Only
    "In the period between the first and second world wars, Paris, Berlin and Shanghai were notorious hot spots of sin and vice. Debauchery, brutality and corruption comingled with art, culture and political liberties"--Container.
    • Date: 2006